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Tokina Lens hood BH 779

Does anyone know where I can get a Tokina Lens Hood BH-779

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I need a new front element for a tokina 12-24mm, where can I get one from and can I do the repair myself?

Do you have a lens collimator and other equipment needed to ensure proper alignment of the element? If you don't, send the lens back to Tokina and have them replace the element.
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Try gently cleaning the contacts between the lens and the camera.
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Perhaps. Tokina makes lenses with a variety of mounts. If the lens already has an m4/3 mount then you won't need an adapter at all. Some Tokina lenses take the "universal" T-mount. In this case remove the current mount and put on an m4/3 mount. If it has some other fixed mount, m4/3 adapters are available for some of them. It all goes back to the mount already on the lens.
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I have the tokina atx 280 pro lens but no hood, where can i get a replacement hood? or other brands that can fit in my lens. thanks

Most good camera shops and even some online camera stores should be able to help you
Part# BH775

also look here and contact this site as as long as it fits the lens size you have a variety of shapes.
http://www.jsteven.net/tokina-lens-hood/

you can make your own see this page

http://www.lenshoods.net/hoods/Digital-Lenshood-Tokina-AT-X-280-Pro-AF-28-80mm-f-2.8.php

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Tikona custamer care please........

The manufacturer's web site is at http://www.tokinalens.com
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Looking for lens hood

Local camera "shows" might be a good place for you to look - the glass is sold by RITZ so you could check with them - also I am a firm believer in buying the manufacturers own glass - it costs more but you will always be able to get accessories for the glass and in most cases the glass is much better quality. I recognize for some this is no issue but if you ever need to resell you equipment - something I do ever 18 months - you will find the aftermarket glass - tamaron, tokina - vivitar - and quantaray all suffer major hits because they are less expensive alternatives to factory glass...
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Over exposure in cold weather

I suggest that you contact Tokina directly to find out what range of temperatures your lens is designed to work across.

Your expression "cold weather" is an imprecise term; where I am in the UK means at worst down to a few degrees below freezing and usually a bit above, but when I'm in Moscow they don't consider it to be cold until the temperature drops to around minus twenty-five Celsius.

Depending on where you are, your lens may simply be unable to cope with what you describe as cold weather but you won't know until you have the specifications from Tokina. If it turns out that your lens is not performing as intended, then the manufacturer will be able to suggest remedies to you.

Sorry I cannot be more specific but Tokina do not appear to have published the range of operating temperatures in the public domain.
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Soft when lens opened up

Bill,
Your depth of field will be reduced, but that may be what you are after and the results are fantastic for portraits. The focus will be tight in a smaller area - You don't have to go that far, but you'll have to slow down your exposure time in combination with the upping the ISO (you are shooting with a digital camera correct?) test that out on some images to see if that helps out.
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If such a thing exists, it would be on eBay or Froogle. However, that is so wide, I doubt a lens hood exists for it, as it would cause a lot of vignetting.
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